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Old 11-05-2011   #1
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Looked like he hurt his knee, he was helped off the filed. Doctors were looking at him and he was pretty emotional the said something to him and helped him to the locker room.
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http://aol.sportingnews.com/ncaa-foo...ures-left-knee

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Oklahoma senior receiver Ryan Broyles injured his left knee and, with tears in his eyes, was assisted to the locker room during the third quarter.

Broyles, a Biletnikoff finalist a year ago and widely regarded as one of the top NFL draft prospects at his position, is an emotional leader for the No.7 Sooners.

On the sideline, initial tests were given on all of his knee ligaments. There was no immediate word about the specifics of his injury, nor whether he will return this season.

I hope it isn't anything serious
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Default Re: OU's Broyles left A&M game

yeah, that didn't look good. hope it turns out to be not too serious but from the way he was acting on the sideline, not looking too great sadly

would love for the texans to get a player like broyles, and sad but true but this injury might allow him to slip to us in late first or second
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his ACL per TV
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He drops to the 3rd or 4th now. It is a very strong year for the position, and now he adds a serious injury to already not having ideal size/speed. I still think he is going to be a player, I just think it bumps him back a round or 2. Could be good for the Texans.
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A 4th sounds about right for him. Acl tears can be a crapshoot as far recovery goes, he may lose some speed after recovery. Too bad, I thought he would be 2nd round pick.
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